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Thursday, February 25, 2010

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- Bhatia Q&A Part I (Transcribed)

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- Gianni Di Marzio Apparently Still Involved With QPR

- Lee Camp Very Highly Ranked

- Bardsley Would Like to Manage QPR

- No Game for Volz! QPR Reserve Game Cancelled

- Three Year Flashback: Three New QPR Directors: Nico De Marco, Kevin Steele and Jason Kallis

- Four Year Flashback: Gary Waddock's QPR defeat's Neil Warnock's Sheffield United!

- Flashback: Briatore on His Non-Interference

- Awaiting The Latest Report on Football Agents Fees

- Old Football Videos from 1901 and 1902

- PFA's Fans Championship Player of the Month Nominees: Roman Bednar (West Brom) --Andy Carroll (Newcastle)-- Chris Cohen (Nottm Forest) -- Graham Dorrans (West Brom)Darren Pratley (Swans)

Warnock coy over Palace future
Published: Wednesday, 24 February 2010, 11:33PM
Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock again made little comment about his future after the 3-1 FA Cup defeat at Aston Villa amid speculation he is bound for QPR.
Warnock did confirm that he will be in charge of Palace for Saturday's game at Doncaster but the former Sheffield United boss was giving very little away.
He said: "This could have been my last game - but it won't be and we'll now get ready for Doncaster.
"Can I deny speculation about going to QPR? No." ITV

Sky - Warnock denies last-game talk
Eagles boss frustrated with decision in Villa cup tie
Last updated: 24th February 2010

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock insists the FA Cup defeat to Aston Villa will not be his last game in charge.

The financially-stricken Eagles went down 3-1 at Villa Park, although they put in a spirited display and equalised in the second half thanks to a Darren Ambrose penalty.

With Warnock continually linked with a move to Queens Park Rangers, it had been rumoured that the fifth-round replay would be his last as Palace boss.

However, while not denying the Rangers link, he says he will still be at the helm for the Doncaster clash at the weekend.
- "This could have been my last game, but it won't be and we'll now get ready for Doncaster," he said.
- "Can I deny speculation about going to QPR? No."...."

BBC/Steve Claridge re Neil Warnock, Crystal Palace and QPR
- Ask Steve Claridge
Crystal Palace have slipped into the Championship relegation zone since going into administration and being docked 10 points at the end of January and their manager Neil Warnock is being heavily linked with a move to QPR. This week I examine the Eagles' prospects, as well as those of Warnock should he decide to leave Selhurst Park to take the reins at Loftus Road....

- Do you think Crystal Palace can hold on to manager Neil Warnock and can they stay in the Championship?
Steve Bidwell, England

There is lots of speculation at the moment that Warnock will be taking charge at QPR next week, which is ironic considering he could have been sacked by Palace earlier on in the season because he had an absolute nightmare start. The reason he kept his job was that he has a very good relationship with Simon Jordan, Palace's former owner, but that tie is no longer there.

I understand the appeal of changing jobs. Palace are in a precarious state after going into administration while, at QPR, they finally look like they are getting back to some sort of sanity.

So I can see Warnock going to QPR but I think it will only be under his own terms. I don't know how long he is planning to stay in the game so it might be his last hurrah if they were to give him some dough and let him make a real go of it.

If Warnock does go to Loftus Road, and it looks like he will, then Palace are in trouble. Whoever replaces him will face a difficult job to keep them up and, in the longer term, a lot will depend on where they are when they come out of administration and who owns them.
Warnock is being linked with the manager's job at QPR
But the biggest problem Palace have is their ground. They need to agree a decent lease or acquire Selhurst Park themselves because, if the situation continues where they are told how much they have to pay for the rent of their ground, then it will hold them back forever. Whoever takes over the club will have to resolve that as quickly as possible. BBC

From season ticket prices to why he isn't the new Chairman, from improving communication with the fans to dealing with poor attendances, QPR Holdings Ltd Vice Chairman Amit Bhatia has spoken exclusively to QPR PLAYER regarding the issues which are most important to YOU!

Amit on new Chairman Ishan Saksena...
- "The biggest change since the restructuring is that Ishan is now the Chairman of QPR.
- "I believe he has a set of instructions and a vision for how decisions are made and how the Club should be, as well as the stability and security that should come with running a Football Club."
About the new man in control...
- "Ishan is somebody that I have known for a very long time, and who I have an awful amount of trust in.
- "I believe that QPR needs someone who is full-time, aware to its needs and has 100 per cent commitment. It was the best decision therefore to appoint Ishan."
- On taking the Club forward...- "Our vision as a family is to reintroduce stability into the Football Club. It's of great importance. An organisation cannot succeed if there's no stability at the top.
- "By empowering the right people and by doing the right things we will achieve great success."
To hear much more from Amit, tune into QPR Player later today where you will find the first of our three-part exclusive interview with the QPR Vice Chairman.
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